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Terry Melcher was associated with the cult leader and criminal, Charles Manson, who was an aspiring musician also. Melcher was initially interested in recording music with Manson. Later, he declined the project, after witnessing a fight in which Manson was involved. In 1969, Melcher worked as the producer of the album, ‘Ballad of Easy Rider,’ released by ‘The Byrds. He was the executive producer of the sitcom, ‘The Doris Day Show,’ which was telecast on the ‘CBS’ network. Melcher’s mother played the protagonist in the series. In 1988, Melcher received a ‘Golden Globe’ nomination for writing the song, ‘Kokomo.
Melcher was born Terry Jorden in New York City to trombonist Al Jorden and his wife, singer/actress Doris Day. In the early 1960s, Terry Melcher and Bruce Johnston formed the vocal duet Bruce & Terry. The duo had hits like "Custom Machine" and "Summer Means Fun".
Album · 1974 · 11 Songs. Terry Melcher Terry Melcher. Listen on Apple Music.
Terry Melcher, who died aged 62, was a singer, songwriter and highly sought-after record producer for the Byrds, the Beach Boys, and many others. Terrence P Melcher was born in New York City on February 8 1942, when Doris Day was 18 and married to her first husband Al Jorden, a trombone player who became a jealous wife-beater.
Martin Melcher (August 1, 1915 – April 20, 1968) was an American film producer and husband of Doris Day. Melcher was born in North Adams, Massachusetts, to Jewish parents, Minnie (Gabriner) and Alter Melcher. Melcher began his career as a song plugger while married to his first wife, singer Jane Rappaport, in New York. He then worked as an agent and road manager for The Andrews Sisters and eventually married Patty Andrews on October 19, 1947. The couple divorced on March 30, 1950.
In the early 1960s, Terry Melcher and Bruce Johnston formed the vocal duet Bruce & Terry. The duo had hits like Custom Machine and Summer Means Fun. Melcher and Johnston also created another band together, The Rip Chords, that had a Top 10 hit Hey, Little Cobra. In the 1970s, Melcher again became a producer for the Byrds, but the results were not well received; one critic referred to the album Byrdmaniax as "Melcher's Folly". During this time, he also dabbled in real estate and served as the executive producer on his mother's CBS series, The Doris Day Show. He later recorded two solo albums titled, Terry Melcher and Royal Flush.